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September 09, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Edith, Louis Blumberg JARC
Home to Be Dedicated Sept. 13

Norman
Wachler,
president of the Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens, announces that
the dedication of the sixth
Haverim Home supervised
by the association will take
place 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
107 Elm Park,- Pleasant
Ridge.
The new facility will be
known as the Edith and
Louis Blumberg Haverim
Home. It is being estab'-
lished by Mr. Blumberg and
also memorializes the name
of his deceased wife, Edith.
As a specific request by
Mr. Blumberg, the new

LEONARD N. SIMONS

Blumberg's nephew,
Robert Steinberg. Pro-
gram participants will
include: Norman Wach-
ler, president of the
JARC; Philip Slomovitz;
Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
who will affix the mezuza;
and Joyce Keller, execu-
tive director of the JARC;
and Simons.

A reception will follow
the by-invitation-only open
house.
The JARC began as the
Parents Association for
BLUMBERG
Jewish Residential Care in
JARC home will be dedi- 1969. Three years later, the
cated in honor of Leonard N. first Haverim Home, then
Simons, in appreciation of
located on Evergreen Road
long Blumberg-Simons in Detroit opened.
friendship.
In 1979, , the semi-
The dedication cere- independent apartment
monies - on Tuesday will program, funded by the
be presided over by Mr. Jewish Community Found-

ation, to train, place and
supervise individuals into
their own apartments, was
established. That same
year ; the third Haverim
Home, in memory of
Seymour J. Gilmore, was
opened.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol-
omon H. Gruskin were
honored with the naming
of the Gruskin Haverim
Home in Southfield in
1980. The Frankel
Haverim Home, named
for Samuel and Jean
Frankel, was established
in 1981, and the Ever-
green residents were
moved into the new resi-
dence.
The JARC founded a fam-
ily assistance program in
1981 to alleviate the stress
on families waiting for
placement in a Haverim
Home.
The Shirley Medow Home
opened in 1982 in Hun-
tington Woods, followed
this year by the Sadie and
Charles Grosberg Haverim
Home in Beverly Hills.

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and ask for

Levenson managing
editor of both publica-
tions.
Rabbi Schindler also an-
nounced the appointment of
Rabbi Howard Kaplansky
of Sinai Temple,
Springfield, Mass., as direc-
tor of the UAHC's Midwest
Council. A graduate of Ohio

Maury Feuerman or Ron Kotula

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Ex-Detroiter Rabbi Syme
Promoted to UAHC Position

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Daniel B. Syme, national
director of education and
television production, has
been named executive
assistant to Rabbi Alexan-
der M. Schindler, president
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Rabbi Syme joined the
staff of the UAHC following
his ordination at the He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in
1972. A graduate of the
University of Michigan, he
also heads the UAHC's
Computer Institute. Rabbi
Syme will continue to serve
in this capacity and will also
continue as UAHC director
of education.
Rabbi Schindler also an-
nounced that Aron Hirt-
Manheimer, editor of
"Keeping Posted" and "Re-
form Judaism," has been
promoted to editor-in-chief
of the publications and has
also been named associate
director of education and di-
rector of adult education.
Hirt-Manheimer, who
joined the UAHC staff in
1977, holds a Master of
Education degree from the
Universtiy of Southern
California and a Master of
Jewish Education degree
from the Rhea Hirsch
School, Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Steven Schnur has
been named editor of the
magazines and Emily

Friday, September 9, 1983 21

from the only Jewish Lincoln Mercury Dealer
in Southeastern Michigan

ROBERT STEINBERG

Greater Detroit
Chapter

CITY OF HOPE

Ben Goldberg, Founder

Extends Best Wishes

For a

RABBI DANIEL SYME

State University, Rabbi
Kaplansky was ordained at
the HUC-JIR in 1971 where
he also recieved a Master of
Arts degree in Hebrew Let-
ters.
He previously served as
assistant rabbi of the
United Hebrew Congrega-
tion in St. Louis, Mo., from
1971 to 1975 and as associ-
ate rabbi of Rodef. Shalom
Congregation, Pittsburgh,
Pa.

A sip is the most that
mortals are permitted from
any goblet of delight.
—A.B. Alcoa

Happy, Prosperous,
And, Above All
Healthy
New Year
477* 1„t

71st Annual Dinner-Dance, Sun., Sept. 25 at Westin Hotel

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